Triggertrap shows off new Redsnap modular camera triggering system
Erin Lodi | Published: Oct 21, 2013 at 12:02 UTC3
Triggertrap, makers of several camera triggering tools, have a new solution for trigger-happy photographers. Redsnap is a modular triggering system that starts with the Redsnap base block to which you can add sensor blocks, each designed for a different kind of photography. Its creators are currently gathering support via a Kickstarter campaign and hope to begin delivery by May of 2014.
The Redsnap base block has three outputs to hook up three cameras, three flashes, or a combination of both. It also works with the Triggertrap Mobile iOS and Android apps, which offer 14 additional triggering functions. The Redsnap base block will perform several camera triggering functions:
The Redsnap system will initially offer four different sensor blocks that can be used with the base block, here's how Triggertrap describes each:
The Redsnap system will allow for simultaneous use of multiple sensor blocks; for example, you could set up a camera to be triggered by both sound and light.
Learn more about Redsnap and see more examples of the system in action on Kickstarter.